Division of Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics

Beauty, complexity, and order.

The Division of Kinesiology, Science and Mathematics aims to honor Jesus Christ by empowering individuals to perceive and understand the beauty, complexity, and order of creation, preparing graduates to make wise decisions as stewards of their own bodies, community and world in which we live. Throughout your courses, faculty members will challenge you to reach your full potential in service to God's kingdom.

Training for Cultural Stewardship

Whether it's solving complex mathematical equations, understanding the intricate interrelationships within and between all living things, or studying how our bodies are designed to move and function—you'll want to learn as much as you can about God and His creation so that you can serve both Him and fellow image-bearers more effectively.

As a student, you'll join faculty members and fellow peers in earnestly desiring to be faithful stewards of all that He has entrusted to us. As Psalm 24:1 states, "The earth is the Lord's and everything in it!"

Degree Programs Available

For information on distinctive components of our degree programs and internship opportunities, select a major or minor below.


Biology | Secondary Education
Chemistry | Secondary Education
General Science
Integrated Science | Elementary
Mathematics | Elementary & Secondary Education
Physical Education
Physical Education | Elementary & Secondary Education

For more information on minors, please see the Cornerstone Catalog or contact an advisor.

Relational Learning with Mentoring, Modeling Scholars

Student life at Cornerstone is participatory in nature; we view the learning curve as benefiting from having a lived component. Meet the folks you will come to count on as discussion facilitators, mentors, lifelong students in the field, and fellow disciples.


Rob Keys, Ph.D. | Associate Professor